Despite the many racing options available over the Labor Day weekend the ECRA Pro-AM Supercross pulled in good first time showing of close to 200 riders and 1500 + spectators. The six-lane supercross-style track was a great new challenge for many amateur racers and played host to some competitive pro racing in the evening.
The daytime program Amateur winners included:
50cc (4-6) Bryce Costonguay COB Summerfield, Florida
50cc (4-8) Marc Gonzales POL Land O Lakes, Florida
50cc (7-8) Marc Gonzales POL Land O Lakes, Florida
65cc (7-9) Colton Eigenmann KTM Titusville, Florida
65cc (10-11) Hannah Hodges KTM Deland, Floirda
Women A Victoria Pearce Yam New Port Richey, Florida
Women B Serratia Gonzalez
85cc (9-11) Colton Eigenmann KTM Titusville, Florida
85cc (12-15) Adam Cianciarulo Kaw Port Orange, Florida
SuperMini Adam Cianciarulo Kaw Port Orange, Florida
125 Novice Daua Andreoli Hon Boca Raton, Florida
250 Novice David Sanderson Yam Ovieda, Florida
Opn Novice David Sanderson Yam Ovieda, Florida
Vet A Daniel Rhodes Yam Curay, South Carolina
Vet B Brent Driscoll Hon Sanford, Florida
Vet C David Wells Hon Winter Garden, Florida
Senior B James Nagy Suz Port Orange, Florida
Senior C Henry Camejo Hon Miami, Florida
Quad A Jeffrey Rastrelli Suz Palm City, Florida
The amateur class winners were invited to participate in the opening ceremonies of the night show. They were honored in a parade lap. The show also had announcers (Paul Lindsey and John Vedas), special guest (Tyler Evans), and Miss Sea Breeze Gracie Winchester ( who sang the National Anthem), arrive in the stadium in a Ford F650. Top racers were announced in a special, excitement-building presentation and the evening’s racing did not disappoint the fans.
First up were the B class races where Kyle Goerke (Matt Goerke’s brother) won both the 250 and Open while Brandon Westberry won the 125 class. The main event saw X Games Gold Medalist Kevin Johnson took home a win in the 250 Pro Class while Ricky Renner dominated the Open and 125 A classes. Unfortunately, Hart and Huntington’s Matt Boni injured himself in qualifying taking him out of the running for the main event. He and Johnson were the only two racers that could triple-triple the rhythm section.
The Dash for Cash intermission race was one of the most exciting of the evening. Boni didn’t want to let down the fans so he made the brief event. Casey Hinson, being rooted on by a very colorful Tyler Evans (who throughout the night took off his shirt and at another time broke his pit board over his knee), pulled a race-winning block pass move on Boni to grab the cash prize.
Top 5 Results:
1. Kevin Johnson Kaw
2. Oscar Diaz Hon
3. Joey Rossi KTM
4. Derek Hall Hon
5. Dave Ginolfi Suz
1. Ricky Renner Kaw
2. Derek Hall Hon
3. Oscar Diaz Hon
4. Joey Rossi KTM
5. Matthew Johnson Kaw
1. Ricky Renner Kaw
2. Kevin Johnson Kaw
3. Dave Ginolfi Suz
4. Casey Hinso Kaw
5. Taylor McDonald Hon
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